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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... single beds -luckily not narrow, the room provided an LCD TV, a hairdryer, air conditioning, a safe and a wooden old fashioned wardrobe.
Part of one of the walls was covered in plain tiles adding a minimalistic designer appeal, which to be honest it was one of the reasons I booked here to see this in real. I had seen it through a photo and could not quite understand it, but it does play its role, in the overall character of the ...
... had a really nice time eating and shopping. Afterwards, we went off for an additional 3 hour trip to Krakow where we checked in our hotel and walked around the square of the city. It was a very interesting experience and it was also insanely beautiful to see a glimpse of the nightlife in Krakow. We had a great dinner consisting of chicken soup, pierogies and pancakes. The chicken soup was very tasty (kind of similar to a chicken noodle soup, but instead ...
... trip!!! Haha. I even had some sort of potato pancake (plakic) with goulash sauce on it today. Yummy! I think it was pork in the goulash….looked like pork….tasted like pork….ok, let’s go with pork! Then a gelati for dessert. And I had a gelati for dessert after breakfast too!!! Haha. Who can resist when it is only 3 zloty ($1.00 Cdn)?
Today was a chill n’ ...
... part of these tours seem to be the conversations with the local driver. We discussed asked him what it was like for the average Pole, and we said while things appeared cheap, it was very relative as the average wage was only around $200/week. I still have been finding it extremely difficult to extract smiles from the locals and we have decided it is typical of Eastern Europeans in general. The old city comprises many beautiful ...
... before, the restaurants that surrounded the old square. It’s a lovely place to visit. We walked through the cloth halls – always great but rather expensive. Then we had lunch at a Western café, Paul and I had big salads, Isabelle enjoyed pancakes again, and Zac had chips – how interesting – his eating is ...